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Does anyone feel there’s any teeth to Red Bull’s claim that Mercedes’ rear wing is bending in an unprofessional fashion (regarding the score marks)? So far I’ve only seen the one image repeatedly shared. Though it looks convincing, it’s just one piece of evidence. ~X8
I saw the video that folks are sharing. It’s a tight shot of the leading edge of the lower wing and it is moving but whether that is the answer to the dramatic speed advantage only Mercedes…and perhaps Adrian Newey…would know. If Adrian suspects it is, I feel like Red Bull may protest. And they should just as others did with their rear wing earlier in the season.
Ooh, that’s interesting information. I’ve not seen that video. One thing I enjoy about the sport is how teams skirt the regs, and equally how teams discover the work arounds (and decide to report or adopt). Very Spy Vs Spy
That’s also part of the fun, very spy vs spy. :) Renault’s J-Dampers, Ferrari’s Flexi-floors, Brawn’s dual diffuser…all good fun.